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. you don't think james earl ray acted alone? >> i don't think james earl ray acted. >> you don't think he pulled the trigger? >> i don't think he had anything to do with the killing. they're coming. yeah. british. later. sorry. ok...four words... scarecrow in the wind... a baboon... monkey? hot stew saturday!? ronny: hey jimmy, how happy are folks who save hundreds of dollars switching to geico? jimmy: happier than paul revere with a cell phone. ronny: why not? anncr: get happy. get geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. >>> there was nothing nervous about him that last day in memphis. >> i'm not worried about anything! i'm not fearing any man! >> kapow! >> he probably never even heard the shot. >> this is the rifle that has the fingerprints of james earl ray on it. >> everyone wanted a guilty plea except me. >> in terms of whether something is true or not, because james earl ray said it, i would say it's a pure toss-up. >> when a police team stopped for a rest break at this firehouse, patrolman gene douglas was left in a car outside to monitor the radio. >> i h
-type rifle. >> and the doubts that remain. you don't think james earl ray acted alone? >> i don't think james earl ray acted. >> you don't think he pulled the trigger? >> i don't think he had anything to do with the killing. changing the world is exhausting business. with the innovating and the transforming and the revolutionizing. it's enough to make you forget that you're flying five hundred miles an hour on a chair that just became a bed. you see, we're doing some changing of our own. ah, we can talk about it later. we're putting the wonder back into air travel, one innovation at a time. the new american is arriving. [ female announcer ] first kid ♪ oh hey, up here. [ female announcer ] second kid by their second kid, every mom is an expert and more likely to choose luvs. ♪ after thousands of diaper changes, they know what works. luvs lock away wetness better than huggies for a fraction of the cost live, learn, & get luvs. i'm up next, but now i'm singing the heartburn blues. hold on, prilosec isn't for fast relief. cue up alka-seltzer. it stops heartburn fast. ♪ oh what a relief it
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,000 miles away in missouri, a small-time criminal named james earl ray would escape from prison and start on the course that would bring both men to memphis on april 4th, 1968. >>> ahead, a life spent outside the law. >> they don't catch them all the other crimes, you know, so he done a lot of things he got away with. [ male announcer ] this is kevin. to prove to you that aleve is the better choice for him, he's agreed to give it up. that's today? [ male announcer ] we'll be with him all day as he goes back to taking tylenol. i was okay, but after lunch my knee started to hurt again. and now i've got to take more pills. ♪ yup. another pill stop. can i get my aleve back yet? ♪ for my pain, i want my aleve. ♪ [ male announcer ] look for the easy-open red arthritis cap. even the inside of your dishwasher sparkles. okay. so i'm the bad guy for being clean. you said it. ladies, let's not fight dirty. cascade kitchen counselor. see, over time, finish gel can leave hard-water film on your dishes and dishwasher. new cascade platinum's triple-action formula not only cleans your dishes, it he
james earl ray would escape from prison and start on the course that would bring both men to memphis on april 4th, 1968. >>> ahead, a life spent outside the law. >> they don't catch them all the other crimes, you know, so he done a lot of things he got away with. ou age? [ male announcer ] that's why there's ocuvite to help replenish key eye nutrients. ocuvite has a unique formula not found in your multivitamin to help protect your eye health. ocuvite. help protect your eye health. ocuvite. welcnew york state, where cutting taxes for families and businesses is our business. we've reduced taxes and lowered costs to save businesses more than two billion dollars to grow jobs, cut middle class income taxes to the lowest rate in sixty years, and we're creating tax free zones for business startups. the new new york is working creating tens of thousands of new businesses, and we're just getting started. to grow or start your business visit thenewny.com so if ydead battery,t tire, need a tow or lock your keys in the car, geico's emergency roadside assistance is there 24/7. oh dear, i got a f
to work with every idol i ever had from billy holiday, ray charles and i came up together between 14 and 16. cab cal obey jay mcsham, buoy daisy duke ray charles aretha paul simon, frank sinatra michael jackson. >> that's the whole 20th century of black music. >> ludicrous, snoop dogg everybody. incredible, man. it is a blessing and i receive it very gracefully. >> when you got into the music business, you began as an artist. playing the trumpet. how did you get your first big break? >> i wanted to be a gangster until i was 12. >> before music, you wanted to be a gangster? >> yeah. my dad was a master carpenter in chicago in the depression. five million black people and he was a carpenter for the city's most serious triple owe gees on the planet the jones boyce. i got my medals, switchblade, seven years old, ice pick in my head. >> so what got you out of the gang life and into the music? >> oh, no no. my father was busy all the time. my mother was put in a mental home. so he was never home to look out after us. he was working and all. he was working with these guys. ca
22, when the secretary, ray lahood, says delays would be caused to america's airports. he said flights would be delayed, or worse, cancelled. >> within the next 30 days. >> reporter: it's been six weeks since those warnings. i wanted to find out if travelers are feeling the budget ax that fell march 1. i found no signs of a 90-minute wait at san francisco. passengers at sfo are reporting waiting times of one to 30 minutes this past week. sometimes, no waits at all. >> politicians try to give you the worst-case scenario for preparation. >> reporter: the department of transportation tells me in just a few weeks, this board is going to look a lot different. a d.o.t. spokesman tells me later this month, expect to see the word cancelled. they are sticking with lahood's warnings. the agency will start forcing 47,000 air traffic controllers and aviation inspectors to take days off. again, they warn wait times could be 60 to 90 minutes at peak airports. >>> a pair of ospreys who made their home on top of a crane in san francisco have left their
't have it any other way. billy ray cyrus talks about marrying off his superstar daughter miley. and hollywood glamour. tonight, secrets from behind the scene of abc's hit show. >> is it other worldly or a synapse in the brain. some people reported an overwhelming sense of calm piercing through the panic. it's re350e9edly desdriebd as spiritual, even divine. could it be the work of guardian angels? we have some very surprising answers. >> i can't hear, i can't hear. >> reporter: in a moment of mayhem, for in that instant of exquisite fear. >> i looked at my air gauge and thought okay, this is it. >> human beings often report being comforted by an invisible companio companion. >> only my guardian angel could have saved me from such an accident like that. >> reporter: nick never felt alone, though lost for days in a california canyon. >> did you at any point give up hope? >> no, never. i had my buddy who died last year by my side. i felt his presence. >> and the last words felix baumgartner heard enroute to setting the world sky diving record were those. >> okay, here we go. and o
if confirmed he will replace senator ray lahood. this comes at a time when members of the president's own party have criticized him for what they say is a lack of diversity. mayor foxx is an attorney whose work in the federal government. he was first elected mayor in 2009. he turns 42 tomorrow. this is a heck of a birthday present. the "new york times" says foxx was raised by a single mom and his grandparents. peter alexander joins us live with more. >> we will be seeing anthony foxx joining the president inside the white house for this announcement to be made today. this is significant for a variety of reasons not the least of which is that this is an african-american man. it was a couple of days ago that the headliner at the white house correspondence dinner saying your hair is so white it may as well have been a member of your cabinet. foxx has a relationship to the president and this white house. she was turning 42 tomorrow. he was the first democratic mayor in charlotte in 22 years. we had questions about whether there might be other announcements being made today. other cabine
carolina mayor anthony foxx. he will replace outgoing secretary ray lahood, who announced his retirement earlier this year. this is 15 minutes. >> good afternoon. [indiscernible] that is fitting because ray may be the best secretary of transportation the nation has ever had. from the day he was sworn in, ray as fought to rebuild america plus infrastructure, creating good jobs, strengthening the economy, and allowing us to better compete in the global economy. over the past four years, thanks to his leadership, we have built or improved more than 350,000 miles of road, enough to the world more than 14 times, upgraded more than 6,000 miles of rail, enough to go coast to coast and back. replacedepaired or more than 20,000 bridges and helped put tens of thousands of construction workers back on the drive, and that is all due in no small part to ray lahood's leadership. every american can thank him for making our transportation system safer. on a personal note, ray lahood has been a good friend of mine for many years. before he served in my cabinet, we served together in congress. a is a repu
your eye out here and you're looking. these rays here are all diverging. they're spreading out, see. they're spreading out this way just as if they were this way, see? it's like this continuing, huh? but that's spread out, it looks to you like that ray came from back here. that ray, they came from back here, that ray came from back here, that ray came from back here. it looks to you out here like there's a flame here, and also a flame back here. and i could draw the same rays for the bottom of the candle. that's not in your book a little bit, yeah? okay. and the bottom of that candle, it would look to you like it's over there. and so, you will see the candle here and you would see the image of the candle. and let me ask you a question. what's the distance here and here, and the distance here and here? begin with ss. check your neighbor. same, same, gang, same, same. so if you're taking a photograph of you and your friends standing in front of a mirror, all right? and you don't have a focus device you can look through, but you have a setting. and let's suppose you're, like, you are t
and they called these, guess what? x-rays. and these x-rays turned out to be simply a high frequency light. remember we talked about exciting atoms? we got an atom with the electrons going round and round and electron or light or something hits, makes electron go up, come back down, boom, off goes the energy in the form of light. the same thing happens when you excite the innermost electrons. if you excite those-- it takes a lot more energy-- and you're knocking electron way up and it comes way back down, boom, that light photon that emerges is beyond the range of seeing. it's even beyond the ultraviolet, and that's what x-rays turned out to be. simply high frequency light from the orbital electrons jumping orbits that correspond to great energies. but after that, it was found that there were radiations coming from different minerals that did not have to do with the electron orbiting around nucleus. it had to do with the nucleus itself. and the radiations that were emitted, to make a long story short, were three different types. now you might think they'd call them maybe "a," b, c, right?
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. >> sugar ray leonard >>> new individual heo shows a massive fire that destroyed a building last night this, video from the san jose fire department showing their arrival as you can see to the fire at first street. of this building is 130 years old. it's housed a saloon and bicycle shop. unfortunately the damage is so bad the building may have to be torn down. >> boxing legend sugar ray leonard was a key note speaker today but didn't talk about boxing. he talked about the new battle to prevent child sexual abuse. >> this happened so quick. >> boxing super star sugar ray leonard spoke to a sold out crowd about the people he trusted who molested him when he was a young teenager and an aspiring olympic champion. >> only problem was i told no one was i was ashamed. >> 56-year-old sugar ray told a powerful story that had the audience in tears about how he turned to drugs and alcohol and wrecked a marriage. he told me why he decided to go public with the story after 40 something years. >> i'm here because i want to speak up. i want to speak out and say i'm here as a parent as a father as a husban
. to this day questions remain whether ray acted alone. joining me from jackson mississippi is jerry. he wrote "the mystery of the un unidentified fingerprints in mlk's murder." thank you for being here. >> good to be here. >> michael: is there reason to believe that ray did not work alone now? who were the open groups calling for assassination at this time. >> there were a number. you had the white knights of the klu klux klan of mississippi. they were intent on wanting to kill king. at one point king was marching through mississippi and they hatched a plan to try to blow up the bridge that he was going to be walking across. the fbi found out about this, you know, a klan informant told them about this, and king took another route. the white knights definitely wanted king dead. >> michael: you wrote the one time chief council on the committee of assassinations said thoughtful people today, not just nuts, believe more people than james ray were involved. blakey thought fingerprints should be run. what other fingerprints that have not yet been identified. >> well, those fingerprints that have be
's game. he rays played yesterday, completing before the bombings. detheoughts go out to the families. = the rays were expected to set the pace. the rays rally. it wanted to get benefits of having the opportunity of facing that is struggling at the moment. that thea given other four teams are good. we have to know how how we are and how we will do that and stay true to that. tampa is too good. we will get a hornet's nest with them. there are lot better, they are of the boston club on the road. re >> the >> the ravens held their press conference. talking about the draft before they make their selection on thursday night at 8:00 p.m. elan heading in with a dozen pecs. he hinted at taking perhaps a few more defensive players but the director deliver the most concise description of how all the ravens use the draft this year and every year to build a consistent winner. >> it comes down to watching the tape, ranking the guys, and drafting the best player when he is on the clock. we are going to draw the best player. a defensive tackle or corner or safety, it comes down to where they get pai
for bringing transportation and infrastructure projects to his city. shifting department of transportation, ray lahood, focused on safety, texting while driving to infrastructure projection. take a look. he wants $4 billion additional dollars for department of transportation fund. $50 billion up front in additional infrastructure projects. $40 billion over five-year period for additional rail projects and one billion for a new traffic control system. this is up for a senate nomination and confirmation. a process will begin once the president makes his initial confirmation here or recommendation here to the united states senate. we expect that to happen in just a minute or some back to you. ashley: let's listen in. >> everybody have a seat. good afternoon, everybody. ray lahood has said that being the secretary of transportation is the best job he ever had in public service. and that's fitting because ray may be the best secretary of transportation that the nation's ever had from the day that he was sworn in, ray has fought tirelessly to rebuild america's infrastructure, creating good jobs, stre
to "party" that is what we saw ray kelly, the police commissioner say yesterday. apparently there was subsequent questioning. and under subsequent questioning the suspect indicated that he did intend to use the remaining explosives in that times square vicinity. now, we do not know whether new york authorities believe that they have any reason to continue to worry about this. i mean, we're going to hear from them i presume at a press conference later, but it seems to me that this suspect changed his story from a first interrogation to a second interrogation. now, as you know, people treat with suspicion anything that is said in a hospital interrogation. but it seems that his story did shift dramatically. >> we are anticipating hearing comments from commissioner kelly, also mayor michael bloomberg of new york shortly. we'll obviously bring those to you live. so, again, the headline this is now apparently from a second interrogation in the suspect indicating they both had intended to go to new york to detonate whatever devices they had in times square, correct? >> whatever dev
a series with rays that starts tonight. rays were at boston yesterday playing the red sox, hours before the explosion at the marathon. the game here at camden yards starts at 7:05, we have advice on what to do if something were to happen. be prepared. before a large event, coordinate with family and friends. also scout out a place to find cover. follow directions. go with a crowd and not against it. stay aware and create a habit of creating a habit forage emergency exit. here, you can expect to see the beefed up security throughout the city. bat will be staging officers at critical areas where there are crowds incrudessing here at the ballpark. 6th anniversary of the virginia tech rampage. 32 people killed, 17 injured before the gunman took his life. 943 this morning, statewide moment of silence be observed. >>> joe biden will baltimore today, joining governor martin o'malley and others at a law building at the university of baltimore. this is video from virginia tech. as far as the vice president's trip here, named for the parent of the orioles owner, peter. more opening events, ribbon
-120402 and the complainant is ray hartz and the respondent herrea. and we present them with ten minutes and provide the respondent ten minutes as well and we provide the complainant with a five-minute rebuttal. >> i see the complainant, mr. hartz, is the respondent here? >> yes, here. >> okay. >> mr. hartz, ten minutes. >> >> members of the ethics commission ray hartz, director of san francisco open government, i will be using slides and so we may go back and forth here. throughout this i want to consider something that equinis teaches and that is willful ignorance of what ought to know is a mortal thing. 67-16 reads in this last sentence any person speaking during a public comment period may supply a brief written summary of their comments which shall no more than 150 words be included in the minutes. i think that is a pretty clear reading of the language and i think that most people so far have agreed with my interpretation. but we will get into that later. now the city attorney has added some things and the good government guide and memo and says that the summary is not part of the body's minute
was taken to the doctors office and had x-rays done. the x-rays were negative. he's scheduled for an mri tomorrow. his teammates in the locker room, several of them choking back tears. they said they didn't lose the game. they were disappointed because they gave it away to the nuggets. >> we can come away with it holding our heads high. we know we can beat this team. we are going to make it a long series. come out here and steal one on tuesday and take it back. we are also a great home team, so we need to keep our heads up and, you know, fight like hell on tuesday. >> i don't think anybody came in believing we were going to sweep the denver nuggets. you went four games to advance. you can't act like this is the -- it's not over. so, take the blow and be ready to make adjustments and respond. >> reporter: the golden state warriors will get back to work tomorrow. they are scheduled for practice at noon. they will practice two hours. when they come back, they said you know what? we are not going to focus on game one. this is a seven game series. we believe we are capable of winning it. the
came in and pitched a perfect ninth to earn his eighth save of the year. ray's starting pitcher jeremy hellickson shut down the a's for seven innings as the tampa bay rays went on to beat the athletics one- to-nothing. a's starter jarrod parker pitched well enough to get the win as he pitched into the seventh inning. but parker gave up a solo home run to matt joyce in with a loss. tomorrow the a's finish up their series with the rays before heading off to boston for a three game series. >> and when you think of a mixed martial arts fight. romance isn't the first thing that comes to mind. but it sure was a romantic scene when the winner of tonight's u-f-c match proposed to his girl friend! >> i am not perfect but you make me happier every single day. and i love you. will you marry me? >> yes! >> she said yes. so now fighting champ benson henderson gets to wear the gold belt. and his fiancee is wearing the gold ring! how sweet! and how warm it was in los gatos? >> 80s. >> good night
operates to us. rattle him. he is being and he is a ray of sunshine. he lets all of his doubts and fears, it is written all over him. a risk junky. he loves gambling and his family. there are so many dualities, it is just a feast. i will screw it up. just imagining that to be that successful then or now, there are people that believe that you have to have a cutthroat quality to them. to be that big and that successful in business. interesting that it is the exact opposite of what you are insinuating. went toon that he london to open a store is that he did not want to compete against marshall field's, this guy that was his mentor. up a shop in to crush that guy. he was not that guy. that is one of the things i love about him. he respected and loved that this guy gave him a shot in did not want to beat him at his own game. >> he was a partner that they wanted his name to be added to the masthead but they would not do that. >> his ego served him in the way that he wanted his name above the door. i am going to go to another country. i will make it happen over there. tavis: what do you make o
between fire and dod and maybe if ray or anybody else wants to speak to that. >> our communications challenges still exist. we have excellent telecom communications, we have a layered effect of our radio systems. we have mobile command posts that we can exercise. so we're prepared for power outages, reduction of telecoms, we have a layered effect for our communications. but as everybody here said, we need help. if somebody here can help me get a navy or marine corps aircraft to talk to my guys on the ground tactically, i need that and i don't have that today. i use a command control helicopter, a civilian helicopter, to handle that and transfer that to an air to air victor frequency. but from a command control perspective, we're fairly robust. are we perfect, no, but we do have layered defenses against that. >> miss yeager, i don't know if you want to say anything from a national guard perspective. >> we have some mobile explorable platforms we can send out to incidents to help provide additional infrastructure in the event everything breaks down then our units have organic co
will have fog along the coastline which will mean temperatures in the 60s. >>> tampa bay versus the rays, coming up with more highlights and sports coming up. >>> baseball and hockey, both postponed in the city of boston . the red sox and bruins will be rescheduled. the socks were set to play the royals, and the penguins were in town to play. the giants and their fans paid tribute to boston tonight. >> the sweet caroline is the music they play and sing at all red sox games. now to the action on the field, 1-1 with the padre in the 3rd, and the giants are up 2-1. baumgartner, it's tied, 10 strike-outs, two each, until the bottom of the 9th, and look at angel, so torres is home, and the injuriance have giants win. the a's with a road win, and they are on the road in tampa bay with jose singling up the middle. we keep bringing up the six wins over houston. the a's are off to a good start because houston is in the american league west, and bad night for anderson, spraining his right ankle. the rays beat the a's. in 2007 the warriors received good news, curry named the nba player of the month
of lung cancer. the name i have a hard time pronouncing. it was detected after an x-ray revealed a tumor in my right lung. x-ray was part of a routine physical for another surgery. i didn't know i had anything wrong. >> it shows you prescreening is very important. especially in your case. >> absolutely. after that diagnosis i went to radiation and chemotherapy. the upper lobe of my right lung was removed in surgery four months after the diagnosis i went through chemotherapy again. i underwent brain radiation. >> i'm not cancer-free. i'm five years out. i'm pleased. >> let's talk about longevity. >> it is the national organization providing research money to fund research for a cure for lung cancer. to put an end to lung cancer. >> you have a breathe deep 5-k coming up. >> it is a breathe deep 5-k walk. it is a challenging walk. >> there is all the information. saturday april 20th. we really want to direct people to do that. it is a great cause. i'm glad you are here today. i know you are too. >> i am very pleased to be here. >> good health to you. >> thank you for joining us today on mar
the gaithersburg and frederick and then there is steady rain in culpeper, in paige county and blu-ray -- luray. less than 1/4 inch of rain for the day expected. it's wild. 59 degrees. that's the good news. 57 at dulles, and 55 in winchester. are forecast, morning showers and then cloudy skies through the afternoon with highs in the mid to upper 60's. seven-day forecast in a few minutes. now we need to know how the votes are. jamee? >> off to quiet start. lanes open in each direction. no problem, belle glade to and across the 14th street bridge, checking out fine. the main break in northeast d.c. closing the west virginia rd.ue and mtl olivet lanes open. looking good. across the american legion bridge, woodrow wilson bridge, all checking out just fine. back to you. >> thank you. 4:42, 56 degrees. >> of the d.c. touring business is booming, thanks in part >> checking our top stories on this monday morning, rising prices -- intentions on the korean peninsula are not stopping them from taking to the streets to celebrate the birthday of their first leader. rejected a south korean proposal for talks
. >> next an exit interview with outgoing secretary of transportation ray lahood. he discusses the highway infrastructure. he discusses the future of the republican party and his personal relationship with president obama. his is 35 minutes. >> give me some of the pollity issues that you were focused on here at d.o.t. and one of them has been texting and driving. you have said that americans are addicted to cell phones and blackberries. why? >> well, we started this campaign four years ago. we've had two summits here in washington. i've attended summits in texas and florida. we've really stirred up a lot of interest in what i consider to be a very important safety program. very american has some kind of a phone or texting device. i think we should use them. i've seen people using them at church, funerals, weddings. we've gotten into very, very dangerous behavior because we think we can use them behind a wheel of a car when we're driving. and it's just not safe. only 18 states passed laws. now 39 have passed laws. we're working on trying to get all 50 states to pass laws. weer think it's wh
's been structured to, as i write in the piece, its most effective defensive attribute may not be its ray dars and sensors and missiles and stealth technology and ability to fly at supersonic speeds, it may well be the way it's designed to evade budget cutters in washington. >> more sunday at 8:00 on c-span's "q & a." the national action network recently held its annual convention in new york city. in one session, three generations of civil rights leaders discuss the future of the civil rights movement, gun violence, economic equality, and the role of black churches. the group's founder and president, the reverend al sharpton, moderated. other speakers include the reverend jesse jackson, juanita abernathy, the widow of late civil rights leader ralph aber in a they, reverend joseph lou re, and the nacc -- and the naacp chair. this is two and a half hours. >> good morning, ladies and gentlemen. i'm reverend davis the coordinator for the national action network. thank you so much. thank you for being here this morning, especially all of you vf been -- who have been here this week. we have ha
than she had been. c-span: namely... >> guest: elizabeth ray was the one that came next, i think. she was the mistress of wayne hays, chairman of the powerful house administration and rules committee. c-span: no longer alive. >> guest: i believe that's true. c-span: he went back to ohio. i think he became a state rep or something. >> guest: state legislator. yes, that's right. c-span: how did that happen? how did we learn about that? >> guest: this started with a chance encounter. a washington post reporter was on the metroliner in washington and ran into elizabeth ray. the reporter said she worked for the washington post, and elizabeth ray said she slept with congressmen. nothing came of the meeting then, but later on -- it was a couple of years later, i think -- hays treated ray very badly, she thought. he had divorced his first wife, was marrying a second wife. not only was he not marrying ray, she was the only member of his staff that he did not invite to the party. when she went to his office to protest, he had her thrown off the grounds bodily by capitol police. so, she stepped
. ultraviolet, okay. and those waves you don't see. and many even go further still, higher frequencies like x-rays. when x-rays were discovered, it wasn't known what they were. so guess what they call them? no, not y, not z, but what? x. and it turned out, lo and behold, x-rays are high frequency electromagnetic radiation. and then beyond the x-rays, you get what's called gamma rays. but there's a whole smish-smash of waves, okay? less than 1% we can see, and we call that light. here, gang, i have a prism, all right. this is a prism brought in by roger, okay? this is a roger prism, all right? and this prism will also take the light and bend it into a rainbow. later, we're gonna take some white light shining in here, and, boom, you're gonna see on the other side, what? begin with r and with b. - rainbow. - a rainbow. and that rainbow is another word for spectral-- spectrum of colors, yeah? and this will give us spectrum of colors too. it turns out it will give a spectrum of colors because it turns out different colors of light will travel at different speeds-- right. --through this material or any
with an exclusive interview with ray kelly, the commissioner of the new york police department. he runs one of the largest counterterrorism teams outside of the federal government and we'll get his key insights. then soft targets, ieds, high value interrogation, chechnya and more. we'll dig deep into some of these crucial aspects of the case with a true all-star panel. also on the show we'll take a few breaks from terror to look at gold which isn't quite as glittery as it used to be and what the congress could learn from these legislators. but first, here's my take. we're learning a great deal about the men who planted bombs at the boston marathon. and we will learn more in. colluding on this program today and in the weeks ahead and better understand a terrible story of ail nation and brutal murder. were these men an unusual case or are they part of something larger? how and when did they turn? in one important sense, however, this was textbook terrorism. the plan was to frighten us. terrorism is an unusual tactic in that it depends on its success on response of the onlooker. that's why peo
tsarnaev in federal court. >> brown: then, ray suarez gets an update on guantanamo bay, where more than half the prisoners are now on a hunger strike, protesting their indefinite detentions. >> ifill: paul solman has the story of older workers starting new businesses late in life. >> if you're smart and you realize you're getting older, well then, get into a business where you leverage the younger people and eventually you become the great gray god. >> brown: and judy woodruff looks into the trial of kermit gosnell-- the philadelphia abortion doctor accused of eight counts of murder. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: ♪ ♪ moving our economy for 160 years. bnsf, the engine that connects us. >> and by the alfred p. sloan foundation. supporting science, technology, and improved economic performance and financial literacy in the 21st century. >> and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... >> this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contrib
ray hartz said, i think that it is very important for the written summary to be included in the body of the minutes and i can speak to myself and the minute that it took place in a street art meeting on november 14, 2012 when i was escorted out of the building when i was speaking under public comment and it was less than 3 minutes and 153 words and what appeared in the minutes of that meeting was a statement underlined statement four times. no idea what that was about. but my words were not heard that day. thank you. >> peter wolf director of library users associations. the library abuses of the public through violations of the law is a long-standing one and you actually had a referal from the sunshine task force about a complaint that i made some years ago. it was the first one that was included by or within mr. grossman's legal case, which was settled presumably out of court. the library's history of attempts to exclude or to blur, essentially silence public comment with which it does not agree is a long-standing one. the best example that i can think of from quite a ways back asid
. orioles taking on the rays. bottom of the ninth. matt joyce takes tommy hunter. that would be the ball game. the rays walk off and beat the orioles, 8-7. diamondbacks against the cardinals. single up the middle. jason scores the game-winning run. d backs get the win. the longest home game in d backs history. >>> president obama's push for tougher gun regulations runs into opposition in congress. is the debate inspiring people to go out and buy more weapons? the "morning joe" crew weighs in. when we come back, the return of the political wake-up call. the big guns in the morning play book. way too early is coming back. acne cleansers may be tough on breakouts, but how good are they for the rest of your face? [ female announcer ] new neutrogena® naturals acne cream cleanser with acne-fighting medicine from the wintergreen leaf. this effective cleanser cleans into pores. treats and helps prevent future breakouts. without dyes, parabens, or harsh sulfates. for clear healthy skin. naturally clear skin has never felt so beautiful. [ female announcer ] new acne cream cleanser. only from neut
to have a lawyer. >> it is july, 1968. james o. ray has been extradited back to the u.s. after fleeing to london. he is made to wear a bulletproof vest. officials were concerned someone might try to kill their suspect. later, he is seen being strip searched. they deliberately found all aspects of the process. they wanted no loopholes. its place.egacy has >> martin luther king already had his place in american history by the time he was shot dead in his memphis hotel room exactly 45 years ago. nowadays, the many commemorations of his legacy includes this monument in washington, d.c. released this week is another marker. we see potential jurors identifying themselves. earl ray pleaded guilty and died in prison. amazingly, this footage was forgotten. it was found and restored. a reminder of the american past. >> now to fracking. we showed you the controversy of the process of extracting natural gas in the u.s.. tonight, we focus on china which has twice the u.s. reserves of shale. despite the promise, the technology is less developed and more complex, and local communities will have no sa
of lessons learned being applied. first to my left, ray chaney, cal fire incident battle xwrupb chief. to his left, colonel laura yeager, 40th combat aviation brigade. to her left, commander steve everett, to his left lieutenant colonel dana, marine corps installation west. thank you. let me go ahead and start off by talking a little bit and just going back over some of the discussions yesterday that i think are going to play into this discussion. we had vice admiral beeman talk a little bit yesterday about capabilities and vice admiral zunkoff talked about partnerships, unity of effort, unity of command. mayor lee talked about dod efforts, expertise, community efforts and as we go into all those discussions today you will see best practices applied during the 10 years from those fires. i have the pleasure of working for administrator fuget in fema headquarters. fema's role is to coordinate response between state and local governments and his focus, his direction to us really comes down it 3 things. he asks us to always plan for the worst case, the maximum of the maximums and it'
are involved with infrastructure and safety and those kind of issues. >> what have you learned ray lahood in the job? >> i think really just having a focus and working hard, you can really make a difference. i served in congress for 14 years. there's a lot of satisfaction, but in this job you can really make a difference because you can get things done. you can really have an impact. and what i told our other cabinet colleagues when we first met for years ago. pick two or three things that you want to get done so when you walk out the door, you can remember two or three things that you accomplished. and a lot of them we just had a dinner together before the last state of the union and i lot of them remember that advice. these are big agencies. they're full of career people. they are going to be here long after we leave. if you can walk out the door and say you accomplished two or three important things for the president and for the american people, that's a big accomplishment in these jobs. and i'm proud that we can say that and i think a lot of my cabinet colleagues would say the same th
their losing streak. the a's are facing the rays. anderson only lasted one inning and sprained his right ankle here. he stayed in the game, but he was not around for very long. the very next batter and he breaks a 2-2 tie and a sharp base hit to left. anderson allows four runs and the rays were up 4-2. he did not fair a whole lot better and allowed four runs. they are a two-run homer and his fourth. the a's fall 8-3 and that ends their three-game winning streak. the hopes is they will compete in their first playoff game since the 2006 and 2007 season. that game is tomorrow in denver. the game tiboff at 2 -- tipoff at 2:30 in the afternoon. curry set the nba record for most three pointers in the single season. he was named the western conference player of the month becoming the third golden state warrior ever to receive that honor. but like most of his teammates has zero playoff experience. he is the only starter who played in a post season game. that was a grand total of five. back in milwaukee, mark jackson says he is not that worried about it. >> certainly available to have playoff experienc
's are facing the rays. anderson only lasted one inning and sprained his right ankle here. he stayed in the game, but he was not around for very long. the very next batter and he breaks a 2-2 tie and a sharp base hit to left. anderson allows four runs and the rays were up 4-2. he did not fair a whole lot better and allowed four runs. they are a two-run homer and his fourth. the a's fall 8-3 and that ends their three-game winning streak. the hopes is they will compete in their first playoff game since the 2006 and 2007 season. that game is tomorrow in denver. the game tiboff at 2 -- tipoff at 2:30 in the afternoon. curry set the nba record for most three pointers in the single season. he was named the western conference player of the month becoming the third golden state warrior ever to receive that honor. but like most of his teammates has zero playoff experience. he is the only starter who played in a post season game. that was a grand total of five. back in milwaukee, mark jackson says he is not that worried about it. >> certainly available to have playoff experience. that being said, that is
by the rays. tommy malone takes his first loss of the year. josh reddick, dropping the longoria fly ball in the first. 1 or rays. he did have an rbi later in the second, escobar, first home run of the year, 4-0. tampa bay sweeps the a's with an 8-1 victory. >> cal hosting washington state. bottom nine two men on. bears down one. a base hit. we're going to have play at the plate. and he is safe! ties it at one. then mike ends it for the bears with the line-drive walkoff winner, just missed. cal went 2-1, take two out of >> hbo g links.ries. graeme mcdowell and simpson in sudden death. simpson the putt to put pressure on mcdowell but slides by. mcdowell, the 15-foot birdie putt to win. can't be short on these putts but simpson misses the ten-footer for par. graeme mcdowell the heritage champion. >> the sass fault, stp400. joey logano and kyle busch do not care for each other. today logan know ended up in the wrong spot. we bring you this crash in slow mo. matt kenseth takes it. and saito is the first japanese driver to win an indycar race, at long beach. i hope one day to join your exercis
, for nbc bay area. >> the a's doing the opposite of the giants right now against the rays. runners on second and third. evan longoria, he's going to fly to right. josh reddick dropped the ball. ryan roberts scored. we go to the bottom of the second. yunel escobar leading off. up, over and out. his first home run of the year as the a's are swept by the rays. they lose, 8-1. things not looking good for them. things not looking good for the sharks right now, either, right now. down 3-1 to the columbus blue jackets. they need only one point, just one point tonight. they can even lose in overtime to clinch their ninth straight playoff appearance. they're hoping to come back and win and get themselves some points and secure maybe a four seed. >> it would be very weird if the sharks lost and their fans all celebrate. >> that would be very strange. if we go to the postseason, we'll take it. >> thanks, mindy. >>> lots of hot weather coming up tomorrow. >> tomorrow expecting record heat across the bay area. thought today was hot, talking about another five degroos. 90s inland. you a upper 70
to get the first one. >> a's get swept by the rays. tommy malone takes his first loss of year. gave up six runs off of eight hits. he dropped a flyball. 1-0 rays. then in the second, escobar, see ya! that makes it 4-0 and tampa sweeps the a's 8-1 victory. >> to the asphalt, 400, bush and lagano don't care for each other. bush spins out. then they ram head-on. kenseth takes the checker flag. hope to see you at 11:00 and busy day in sports. >> katie: movie ticket sales you kids should count yourselves lucky. we didn't have u-verse back in my day. you couldn't just... guys... there you are. you know you couldn't just pause a show in one room, then... where was i... you couldn't pause a show in one room then start playing it in another. and...i'm talking to myself... [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >> katie: coming up at 11:00, new high-tech tool helping law enforcement officers, how it makes going through hours of surveillance video easier and faster than ever. cutbacks at airports across the nation. the
. see you later. >>> major airport delays have transportation secretary ray lahood calling the sequester a dumb idea. >>> muss, how the rich got richer. and marilyn monroe as you have never seen her before. details in two minutes. >>> welcome back. at least 70 people are confirmed dead in the collapse of an eight-story building housing several garment factories in bangladesh. rescuers say 600 people have been pulled from the rubble, and they fear more inside. >>> microsoft founder bill gates appears to be in the middle of an international faux pas. he greeted the president of south korea with a handshake, but his other hand, it's in his coat pocket. a big cultural no-no. local media immediately labeled gates rude pointing out a two-hand handshake is proper there. >>> they'll be holding a day of discussion and debate after wide-ranging student protests. students have expressed anger over the school's response to instances of sexual assault, racism and homophobia on campus. >>> officials are warning the flying public that ground delays could become the norm around u.s. airports all because
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